Military operation – Science Magazines

Background: NBI needs 7 articles about science, more specific about the universe.

Team: Father of NBI
NBI

14:22  Enter library. Enter magazine section.
14:23  Collect right magazines. Check for right articles, while sitting next to bunch of old men.
14:56  Articles collected. Magazines piled in most efficient way.
15:01  Start copying. NBI passes on magazines on right page. Father of NBI copies.
15:12  Copying done.
15:13  Put stickers with information about the source on the copies. Fold copies into A4.
15:15  Leave library.

Mission succeeded with military precision.

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10 Comments

  1. Proof, if any were needed, that sophistication doesn’t come at the cost of precision.

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  2. Boom! It’s a great feeling when you go to accomplish something and then everything goes according to plan. Life is good!

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  3. Teachers getting smart now and realizing that anyone can write something up on the Internet? I thought about doing that before. Creating a website to use as a source. But I was a good student with a bright future. And look at me now! My life is amaz–well I’m not dead.

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    • And that is exactly how I’m going to end up too: not dead. And those articles about the universe won’t help me any further.
      It just has so aim at all and that annoys me…

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  4. I’d be curious to see how the pre-action plan lined up against the post-op debriefing.
    Was there conversation with the old folks? Contingencies for extraction from said conversation?
    What manner of armament was held in reserve?
    Were their sandwiches?

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    • Negative. Negative (Although I’m not very sure what you mean…? English is not my first language, you know. That’s my excuse). A bag, a ballpoint, a sort of binder. Negative, but there was coffee available, and I had a snack with me, eaten by my father afterwards.
      Women are always prepared, you see :).

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